Want to be a part of an organization that is as invested in your success as you are in the organization? Do you care about building a strong community that supports the needs of today and of future generations? At the City of Brighton, we are committed to operational excellence and a culture that is customer-centric, purposeful, accountable, transparent, and communicative—a mission that starts with you.
The Management Analyst (I/II) position is designed to provide talented individuals with an interest in local government the opportunity to gain practical and diverse real-world experience in municipal budgeting, strategic planning, organizational development and project management. This position works under the direction of the Budget & Performance Manager in preparing and monitoring the City’s annual budget, strategic plan, and performance programs. The Management Analyst is also an integral team member in the design and delivery of Brighton’s Performance and Leadership Academy which teaches employees about the value of culture, the employee cycle, and continuous process improvement. They will be given the opportunity to interact with department heads and attend high level meetings, exposing them to the responsibilities of each department and current local government issues. For this vacancy, the City is seeking an Analyst I that is interested in growing and developing with the City, though a newer II may be considered. This position is designed to provide progressively higher responsibilities as the employee moves through the levels of I/II/Senior.
The City of Brighton supports a strong quality of life and investment in the development of its employees. We offer competitive benefits including a hybrid/flex work environment that includes remote telework and flexible in-person options for many positions, generous holiday schedules, PTO and sick leave, immediate vesting in the City’s retirement program, and affordable health coverage. City employees and their families also enjoy access to the City’s recreation center, parks, and open space amenities.
Brighton is a vibrant, close-knit community that deeply values its history and agricultural roots while embracing progress, innovation and sustainability. Just 20 miles north of downtown Denver and less than two hours from Colorado’s famous mountain towns, Brighton is ideally located at the crossroads of everything. This connection has helped drive robust population growth, seeing the community double from 21,000 to over 41,000 residents in just two decades. Other draws include over 235 acres of parkland, 37 miles of trails, and beloved regional events including Summerfest, 4th of July, Art in the Park, Turkey Trot and Festival of Lights.
As the Management Analyst (I/II) you must be able to perform the essential job duties:
Attributes for success:
Training and Development Opportunities
Management Analyst I
Bachelor’s in Public Administration, Public Finance, Public Policy, Business Administration, or a closely related field. Preferred courses of study including public budgeting, public finance, economics, analytics, policy analysis, and/or business administration. One year of professional budgeting or policy experience, preferably in local government; a master’s degree in a related field may be substituted.
Management Analyst II
Bachelor’s in Public Administration, Public Finance, Public Policy, Business Administration, or a closely related field. Preferred courses of study including public budgeting, public finance, economics, analytics, policy analysis, and/or business administration. Master’s preferred. Three years of professional budgeting or policy experience, preferably in local government.